Writings on Art 2006–2021 by Robert Storr
Following the success of Writings on Art 1980–2005, HENI presents the highly anticipated final volume to complete a two-volume collection of writings on art by Robert Storr, one of the world's leading art critics and curators.
Featuring the best of Robert Storr's criticism—reviews, essays and articles, many of which are previously unpublished—from 2006 to the present day, the book includes his texts on artists such as Gego, Carrie Mae Weems, David Hammons, Jenny Holzer, Jasper Johns, Deborah Kass, Gerhard Richter, El Anatsui and Francesco Clemente. Written with his signature intellect and wit, his writings range from essays on performances of femininity in Cindy Sherman's photographic oeuvre to dialectics of race in the work of Kara Walker.
Expertly curated from his prolific output, and illustrated with 175 images to accompany 51 texts, Writings on Art is the definitive collection of Storr's multifaceted writing with his finger on the pulse of contemporary art—a must-read for curators and students, artists, exhibition-goers and all those interested in the art and culture of today.
Robert Storr (b. 1949) is an art critic, curator and artist. He has written widely on art and has interviewed some of the world's leading artists. Storr's writing has appeared in countless books and exhibition catalogs as well as in Art in America, Artforum, Parkett and Art News. He has curated exhibitions internationally and was the first North American curator of the Venice Biennale in 2007. His bestselling Interviews on Art (2017) and Writings on Art 1980-2005 (2020) were published by HENI.
Published by HENI, 2021, clothbound hardcover, 720 pages, 9.7 x 6.2 inches.